Episode 13: How to Talk to People You Don't Agree With
In the first segment, Sophy and Kelly speak with Emily, a clinical social worker, and Kate, a licensed marriage and family therapist, about strategies for talking to people whose politics you disagree with. In the second segment, they talk to Megan Romer about political Twitter.
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